Coastal Living October 2018

Keep the beach vibes humming this season with Coastal Living's Fall 2021 issue, where style rules the roost. Ogle gorgeous beach houses (and steal their decorating secrets) in Florida, Nantucket, and South Africa. Then plan your next getaway to the world’s most stylish new beach resorts, from Hawaii and Florida to Italy’s Amalfi Coast and the Greek Isles. Discover Mexico’s coolest little beach town, shop the cutest new beach bikes, and get vintage nautical design tips from Maine’s most charming seaside inn. From decorating inspiration to table settings, recipes, and the best new things to put in your beach bag, it's pure escape on every beautiful, color-saturated page.

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food with a view

BACK IN THE DAY, you could have summed up a lot of coastal dining establishments with a simple maxim: The better the view, the worse the food. I’ve experienced this phenomenon everywhere from South Carolina to Southern California—paying a fortune for the exact same red plastic baskets of bland fried shrimp. I remember one restaurant (which shall remain nameless) where you could watch dolphins frolic in a tidal creek at sunset as you sipped a gin-and-tonic. It had the best views for miles, but the food was that deadly combination of horrendous and expensive, from mushy crab cakes ($28) to tough, tasteless swordfish ($33, on special). There have always been exceptions, of course, such as The River Café, under the Brooklyn Bridge, which since the mid-1970s has served an exquisite…

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meet teak

BEGGING FOR THE BEACH The first time Alex and Jessica Phillips took Teak to the beach, “he took off as soon as his paws hit the sand, rolling and digging like a maniac,” Jessica says. Once he smells the ocean or sees the sand—which happens frequently at their Manhattan Beach home—the 1-year-old puppy relentlessly pulls his owners toward the shore. “Bernese are relaxed dogs in general,” Jessica says, “but he doesn’t calm down until he gets to the beach.” DOG’S WORLD Teak, who is named for his woodsy coloring, tags along with Jessica and Alex on all of their California travels, from touring Griffth Observatory and Napa Valley wineries to walking along the Palos Verdes sea cliffs and SoCal’s many dog-friendly beaches. His Manhattan Beach neighborhood rolls out the welcome mat,…

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our 2018 wines of the year

WINES FOR A SPECIAL OCCASION Career milestones. Ringing in the New Year. Even the occasional impulse buy. Some events just call for a more expensive bottle. ARNOT-ROBERTS TROUSSEAU Looking to emulate the wines of France’s Jura region, Duncan Arnot Meyers and Nathan Roberts tracked down one of California’s few growers of Trousseau in 2009. Now they’re the de facto champions of the grape, which makes for an expressive, tangy, complex wine. $32 AUBRY LE NOMBRE D’OR CHAMPAGNE BRUT Most people are only familiar with Chardonnay and Pinot Noir, but there are actually seven grapes allowed in France’s most famous bubbly—every single one of which is utilized in this toasty, mineral-driven grower Champagne. $62 SCRIBE SKIN FERMENTED CHARDONNAY Think Burgundy meets Basque cider with this sultry Chardonnay that’s aged on its pressed skins for more than 100 days.…

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show them the ropes

TABLECLOTH Bolé Road Textiles Mamoosh Blanket in Dusty Rose, $125; DINNERWARE Sarah Kersten Breakfast Bowls in Classic White, $46 each; Blue Pheasant Nolan Salad/Dessert Plates in Navy/Cream, $32 each; Siren Song Baldwin Dinner Plates, $64 for a set of four; GLASSWARE Burkelman Tall Formation Glasses, $24 each; NAPKINS AND PLACE MATS Kim Seybert Souk Napkins, $120 for a set of four; Ruby Cubes Cotton Rope Place Mats in Ocean Blue, $53 for a set of four; FLATWARE West Elm Rose Gold Flatware, $39 for a five-piece place setting; TIE IT ON The easiest-ever nautical upgrade for your flatware 1 Wrap a 1-foot length of rope around the napkin and flatware several times. 2 Finish with a pretty bow, and trim the ends with fabric scissors. WRAP IT UP A casual centerpiece crafted from just three seaworthy materials 1 Start with a…

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the new blues

CAPE COD Swing into the peninsula’s off-season in old-school wide-legs that match Cape Cod Bay’s saturated hue. Pair with a boatneck striped shirt and slip-on sneakers for a laid-back look. J.Crew Point Sur Wide-leg Crop Jean, $125; CALIFORNIA Kick back in jeans that are as easygoing as the state’s 840 miles of coast, from San Diego gems like La Jolla Cove Beach to Fort Bragg’s colorful sea glass–covered Glass Beach. Levi’s Wedgie Fit Straight Jeans, $98; THE PANHANDLE AND GULF COAST Channel the area’s powdery, white-sand shores in crisp, cropped jeans. Carry this summery pair into fall’s cooler months by wearing them with cozy sweaters and suede mules. Gap High-rise Wide leg Jeans in White, $70; SOUTH FLORIDA Tie on the sun-bleached blues of Miami and the Florida Keys in these leg-lengthening flares. Play up their retro…

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cinnamon + ice

Buy It 1 Phillip Jeffries Tulu Cloth Wallpaper in Red Panda, available to the trade; 2 Schumacher Filippa Tape in Berry, pricing available upon request; 3 Rejuvenation Beckett Drawer Pull in Brown Leather, $29 (4-inch); 4 Cowtan & Tout Coco Fabric in Ruby, available to the trade; 5 Mosaic House Alhambra 17-1 Terra-cotta Tile, $73.86 per square foot; 6 Schumacher Umi Tape in Sky, pricing available upon request; 7 Erin Deegan Watercolored Links Fabric in Sky, $32 per yard; 8 Pierre Frey Portor Fabric in Sanguine, $199 per yard; pierre for showroom locations 9 Phillip Jeffries Sevilla Weaves Wallpaper in El Cielo, available to the trade; The Inspiration A New York bedroom designed by Kate Schelter, with canopy and bedding in John Robshaw florals Hue IQ Cinnamon, like many darker reds, represents warmth and…